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I'm trying to send off my UCAS application ASAP - as in, within the next 24 hours, and I can't figure out whether I need to put in my predicted grades or not? I've inputted the dates as 06/2021, obviously in the future, so it won't let me put anything else in the grade box other than 'Pending'. Is this correct? Will my school send it off with my predicted grades or do I need to add them in myself?
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Your school should be able to add in the predicted grades - that's what they did for me at least!
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(Original post by zx14)
I'm trying to send off my UCAS application ASAP - as in, within the next 24 hours, and I can't figure out whether I need to put in my predicted grades or not? I've inputted the dates as 06/2021, obviously in the future, so it won't let me put anything else in the grade box other than 'Pending'. Is this correct? Will my school send it off with my predicted grades or do I need to add them in myself?
You don't put in your own predicted grades.

Schools normally provide predicted grades as part of your reference
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